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Pais vasco san sebastian interior catedral buen pastor xix spain 2009
Northern Spain

Se trata de una iglesia con planta de cruz latina, tres naves longitudinales, nave transversal o transepto y cabecera pentagonal. Carece de girola. Los dos hastiales del transepto alojan dos grandes ventanales-rosetones que acentúan la luminosidad interior del templo. Las naves hasta el crucero, de las que es más ancha y elevada la central, se segmentan en cinco tramos cubiertos con bóvedas barlongas de crucería simple. Los dos brazos del transepto constan de dos tramos abovedados de igual manera. El crucero es el único tramo que presenta crucería compleja, al incorporar terceletes entre los nervios principales. Desde el crucero hasta la cabecera, las naves se prolongan con otros tres tramos. En este espacio posterior las naves laterales se convierten en cuatro, dos a cada lado, hasta igualar la anchura del transepto, dando como resultado sendos espacios de igual altura divididos en seis tramos y separados por cuatro pilares. La esbelta torre-campanario, situada sobre el pórtico de entrada, se inspira claramente en las agujas de la Catedral de Colonia. El conjunto de pilastas y contrafuertes rematadas en pináculos y de gabletes rematados en cogollos realzan la verticalidad de todo el edificio. (

Copyright: Rodrigo Gonzalez
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Taken: 25/07/2009
Uploaded: 05/04/2010
Updated: 04/03/2015


Tags: catedral; buen; pastor; san; sebastian; pais; vasco; arquitectura; religiosa; alceda; ontaneda; alcedaontaneda
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